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Re: Einstein Was Wrong.

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Posted by steven hawkings on May 10, 1999 01:46:13 UTC

light speed can not be achieved because energy is a constant and mass must = energy. the more energy you expand to gain speed the more your mass ,material, or (spaceship) would need to grow to equal that energy. the only way to travel across the galaxy before you and 50 generations of your family died is to enter the space time continum,how ever tht is done.

: : Light speed is constant. : : E=MC2, say Einstein. : : Wrong..................... : : ------------------------------------ : : C dont mean light.

: : C mean material itself.

: : Formula is : : Energy=Mass*MassSpeed2 : : C is Materialspeed. : : C is not light speed.

: : : : Now we have physical laws. : : E=MSpeed2 : : E=MS2, Where S is speed of M.

: : M can be lightmass. : : Then formula is : : E=LighmassSpeed2 : : Lightmass Energy is : : E=Cmass*CSpeed2

: : E=M*MSpeed2.

: : Where M is material mass.

: : E=MC2 wrong. : : E=M*Mspeed2

: : Interesting?

: I close lamp at my room. : Still there is energy. : E is some time. : What is E?

: 'Dark matter' dont exist. : It is 'see-through', like glass.

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